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Commercial Roofing

Save time and money by restoring your existing roof rather than replacing it.  Jr Insulation Services provides multiple options to meet your needs.

Metal Roof Restoration – Stop Leaks

The MR System is a complete waterproofing system for metal roofs.

EPDM & Modified Bitumen Re-coating System – Save Money

Our single-ply membrane system is the best in the industry. The rolls are overlapped and welded together forming an exceptional waterproof and durable shield delivering unsurpassed protection for year’s to come.

SPF Roofing & Insulation System – Save Energy

Our spray polyurethane foam (SPF) system is a great way to provide high-grade insulation on both roofing and interior wall applications for top to bottom protection from the elements. Also a great way to fix ponding areas.



Serving Northeast Ohio

JR Insulation Services is an insulation and commercial roofing contractor serving Northeast Ohio, including Cleveland, Akron, Youngstown, and surrounding areas.

Why choose JR Insulation?

  • Locally-owned business
  • Family operated
  • Over 13 years experience in the insulation field
  • Competitive prices
  • Fully licensed and insured
  • All types of insulation
  • FREE estimate

On a Personal Note

I have been in residential and commercial insulation for over 13 years. Originally trained by my father and later joining a large, nation-wide insulation company, I decided it was time to start my own insulation services business so I could provide personalized service while working with my family.

We strive to provide the best quality service available and recommend products that are tailored to your budget and specific project needs. We look forward to helping you save money while enjoying the comfort of a properly-insulated home or business.


Jose Rivas

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Please contact us today for a free estimate:
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Insulation Services

We provide residential and commercial insulation services, and work with multiple insulation types to best meet your needs.

  • Spray Foam Insulation
  • Batt and Blanket Insulation
  • Loose-Fill and Blown-In Insulation
  • Insulation Removal

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Insulation is an All-Weather Barrier

JR Insulation Services will help you keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Nearly 60% of existing homes in the US are not properly insulated. Equally as important as a well insulated attic, is proper air sealing and ventilation of the attic. They go hand in hand to give you the best possible scenario.

Besides reducing energy costs, insulation also allows for even temperature distribution within the structure. It provides better moisture control, contributes to a quieter more environmentally-friendly living area and has potential to increase your home’s resale value.


What are the benefits of insulation?

  • Helps lower energy bills
  • Improves comfort
  • Provides a healthier environment
  • Provides added sound control
  • Provides a lifetime of energy savings

Where should I add insulation?

For the best efficiency and comfort, it is important to insulate any space where energy could be lost.

  • Attics & ceilings – A second layer of insulation can make your home more resistant to energy loss, and lowers energy bills
  • Walls – Walls between living spaces, unheated garages, storage rooms, and dormer walls are often overlooked, and could use added insulation
  • Floors – Floors over garages, porches, unheated basements, and crawl spaces can greatly improve your home’s energy efficiency
  • Basements – Walls need to be dry and do not leak ground moisture

How much insulation should be installed?

The amount of insulation needed in a building varies by location and by the age of the building.

  • Areas with colder climates (like Northeast Ohio) need more insulation than those in more moderate areas
  • If your building is over 10 years old, you will likely benefit from retrofitting your home with additional insulation

What does the R-Value mean?

Insulation is identified and labeled by R-Value. “R” stands for resistance to heat flow. The higher the R-Value, the better the insulating power.